Asha Baxter - Maggie Perkins 2017

Asha Baxter

Asha graduated from the University of California, San Diego, with a B.S. in Psychology, specializing in neuroscience. While at UCSD, she had the pleasure to work with Dr. V.S. Ramachandran on phantom limb studies. After 8 years in San Diego, Asha moved back to where she grew up, the beautiful redwoods in the town of Occidental.

Asha joined the GMA staff in 2014 as a research coordinator working with the Metabolomics project which led to the research findings “Metabolic features of chronic fatigue syndrome,” published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science August 2016. She is now focusing primarily on her body tech offerings, assisting in the research when needed.

Asha believes an awareness of one’s mind-body connection is the key to true and long lasting healing. She witnesses this daily with patients who are exploring many levels of self-awareness and understanding, often experiencing profound levels of healing.  Asha is trained in Frequency Specific Microcurrent and Biosyntonie, and  is a certified Neuro-Linguistics Programming Master Practitioner.

Asha has become proficient in the Biosyntonie system of energy healing. Taking a Biosyntonie workshop with Dr. Norman SuHu, Asha immediately recognized the power and potential of this modality and made arrangements to study privately with him in his New York City practice.   Biosyntonie is one of the most efficient means of realigning the physical and energy bodies with the universal energetic referential responsible for regulating biorhythmic functions, neuro-immuno-endocrine balance, and regenerative and restorative healing processes.  Asha is particularly impressed by this non-verbal mode in awakening deep levels of self-awareness and empowering the person to move forward in the healing process with courage, hope, patience, contentment and love.

In her spare time, you will find Asha doing yoga in Sebastopol and going on hikes in Occidental (when it’s not tick season!).

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